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Guys
761 votes
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Girls
364 votes
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32.1%
Unknowns
69,237 votes
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31.61%

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69%
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434 votes
76%
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65%
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78%
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74%
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254 votes
72%
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Croatia
246 votes
81%
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Venezuela
239 votes
69%
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Serbia
234 votes
78%
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Romania
230 votes
82%
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Brazil
218 votes
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Peru
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70%
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181 votes
69%
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Poland
169 votes
86%
14
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156 votes
76%
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Turkey
156 votes
67%
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146 votes
72%
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Pakistan
143 votes
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Iran
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Hong Kong
136 votes
72%
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Macedonia
131 votes
78%
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Thailand
130 votes
60%
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Kuwait
124 votes
72%
28%
Vietnam
122 votes
71%
29%
Dominican Republic
121 votes
67%
33%
Republic of Lithuania
115 votes
65%
35%
Israel
110 votes
75%
25%
Bosnia and Herzegovina
109 votes
79%
21%
Puerto Rico
107 votes
71%
29%
Costa Rica
99 votes
73%
27%
Hungary
94 votes
87%
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Egypt
90 votes
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Qatar
86 votes
78%
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Albania
85 votes
78%
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Russia
83 votes
81%
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Slovenia
81 votes
79%
21%
Estonia
77 votes
71%
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Latvia
75 votes
73%
27%
Lebanon
73 votes
73%
27%
Japan
68 votes
79%
21%
Iceland
67 votes
66%
34%
Honduras
66 votes
73%
27%
Trinidad and Tobago
63 votes
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Iraq
61 votes
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Cyprus
57 votes
72%
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Republic of Korea
56 votes
70%
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Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
53 votes
64%
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Panama
53 votes
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Slovakia
50 votes
80%
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El Salvador
48 votes
73%
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Malta
48 votes
81%
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Bangladesh
46 votes
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Georgia
44 votes
64%
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Jamaica
42 votes
64%
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Paraguay
41 votes
83%
17%
Taiwan
41 votes
66%
34%
Ukraine
37 votes
65%
35%
Guatemala
37 votes
68%
32%
Nepal
37 votes
89%
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Unknown
34 votes
74%
26%
Kenya
33 votes
67%
33%
Brunei
31 votes
68%
32%
Mauritius
29 votes
76%
24%
Oman
28 votes
68%
32%
Morocco
27 votes
85%
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Guam
26 votes
73%
27%
Algeria
22 votes
77%
23%
Montenegro
22 votes
82%
18%
Bolivia
22 votes
68%
32%
China
22 votes
77%
23%
Czechia
21 votes
86%
14
Luxembourg
19 votes
84%
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Bahrain
19 votes
74%
26%
Bahamas
18 votes
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Maldives
18 votes
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Cambodia
18 votes
89%
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Mongolia
17 votes
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29%
Nicaragua
16 votes
81%
19%
Jersey
16 votes
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Nigeria
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Belize
16 votes
63%
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Curaçao
15 votes
67%
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Tunisia
15 votes
73%
27%
Sri Lanka
15 votes
73%
27%
Azerbaijan
14 votes
71%
29%
Namibia
14 votes
79%
21%
Suriname
13 votes
54%
46%
Isle of Man
12 votes
92%
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Republic of Moldova
12 votes
83%
17%
Barbados
12 votes
67%
33%
Macao
10 votes
80%
20%
Syria
10 votes
80%
20%
Armenia
10 votes
70%
30%
Aruba
9 votes
56%
44%
Myanmar [Burma]
9 votes
67%
33%
Ghana
9 votes
67%
33%
Bermuda
8 votes
88%
12
Zimbabwe
7 votes
43%
57%
Palestine
7 votes
86%
14
Senegal
7 votes
100%
Faroe Islands
6 votes
100%
Sudan
6 votes
83%
17%
American Samoa
6 votes
67%
33%
Guyana
6 votes
67%
33%
Belarus
5 votes
40%
60%
Cayman Islands
5 votes
60%
40%
Andorra
5 votes
60%
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Cuba
5 votes
60%
40%
Botswana
5 votes
20%
80%
Zambia
4 votes
100%
Laos
4 votes
25%
75%
Greenland
4 votes
75%
25%
Tanzania
4 votes
100%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
4 votes
25%
75%
Rwanda
4 votes
50%
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Northern Mariana Islands
4 votes
50%
50%
Grenada
4 votes
50%
50%
Sint Maarten
4 votes
100%
Antigua and Barbuda
4 votes
25%
75%
Turks and Caicos Islands
3 votes
67%
33%
Guadeloupe
3 votes
67%
33%
U.S. Virgin Islands
3 votes
33%
67%
Dominica
3 votes
67%
33%
Kazakhstan
3 votes
33%
67%
Guernsey
3 votes
33%
67%
Seychelles
3 votes
67%
33%
Mozambique
3 votes
100%
Gibraltar
3 votes
67%
33%
Congo
3 votes
100%
Åland
2 votes
100%
Afghanistan
2 votes
50%
50%
Uzbekistan
2 votes
100%
Somalia
2 votes
50%
50%
Ivory Coast
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50%
50%
Gambia
2 votes
100%
Fiji
2 votes
50%
50%
Cape Verde
2 votes
100%
Monaco
2 votes
50%
50%
French Polynesia
1 vote
100%
Cameroon
1 vote
100%
Haiti
1 vote
100%
Angola
1 vote
100%
British Virgin Islands
1 vote
100%
New Caledonia
1 vote
100%
São Tomé and Príncipe
1 vote
100%
East Timor
1 vote
100%
Saint Kitts and Nevis
1 vote
100%
Bonaire
1 vote
100%
Bhutan
1 vote
100%
Anguilla
1 vote
100%
Saint Martin
1 vote
100%
Sierra Leone
1 vote
100%
Mauritania
1 vote
100%
Malawi
1 vote
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Tonga
1 vote
100%
Kosovo
1 vote
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Saint Lucia
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Ethiopia
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    ico +933
    Like this comment if you wanna be smart
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    ico +391
    guest from Queensland, Australia
    i dont exaclty see the diffrence
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    alvinjugush MaleBronze Medal from Nairobi Province, Kenya
    I don't get it
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    Vaporeon8090 MaleBronze MedalBronze Trophy from Minnesota, United States
    anyone who doesn't know the different doesn't have very much intelligence.
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    guest from Coventry, United Kingdom
    err weres the difrence
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    3 months ago
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    guest from Province of Cebu, Philippines
    I have both
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    4 months ago
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    guest from Västernorrland, Sweden
    jag heter hampus och vill suga kuk
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    5 months ago
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    guest from Oblast Shumen, Bulgaria
    Knowledge means intelligence.
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    5 months ago
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    No difference
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    No differance
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    6 months ago
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    mmmushiro Bronze Medal from Michigan, United States
    If I'm intelligent but can't have any knowledge then that means I must figure out every puzzle or challenge (EDIT: or even just normal, mundane tasks) anew each time I do them. I can't draw off of past experiences at all, since that would be knowledge. To even function independently under such circumstances would be highly unlikely and would require me to not just be intelligent but extremely intelligent to make up for the lack of knowledge. In the latter case I could potentially become very successful depending on what I managed to memorize, and that could include formulas for how to put knowledge together in novel scenarios that approximates the functionality of intelligence. To fully make up for it would require memorizing a great deal of if-then rules though, moreso than would be necessary to fit the ordinary definition of having "lots of knowledge."
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    6 months ago
    ico
    guest from Illinois, United States
    knowledge is to know a lot of stuff but intelligence is what we think of smart, for example if you know a lot of memes you have a lot of knowledge but you can have 0 intelligence
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    6 months ago
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    guest from Indiana, United States
    huh?
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    6 months ago
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    guest from Michigan, United States
    Knowledge and intelligence the same thing
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    7 months ago
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    SENKUUU
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    7 months ago
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    guest from Arizona, United States
    I'm a Nintendo fanboy, my head is crammed with useless info
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    7 months ago
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    Knowledge and Intelligence are not the same thing, but you cant have intelligence without knowledge. (Yes, I regret my answer, I wasnt thinking about it much.)
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    8 months ago
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    guest from New York, United States
    Same thing
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    8 months ago
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    guest from Belgrade, Serbia
    Option A is already me
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    11 months ago
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    guest from New South Wales, Australia
    WDYM???
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    11 months ago
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    lindarose11 from Thanh Pho Ha Noi, Vietnam
    This article is really fantastic and thanks for sharing the valuable post. http://vex3game.com/vex-4
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    11 months ago
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    I’d figure everything out
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    pig101 FemaleGold MedalSuper Star from Michigan, United States
    Aren't they the same?
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Michigan, United States
    same
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Southampton, United Kingdom
    I kind of am intelligent and knowledgeable anyway so yay.
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Departamento de Huehuetenango, Guatemala
    locos nerds potata : sos loco y nerd
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    1 year ago
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    guest from New York, United States
    What is the doffernce
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Vaud, Switzerland
    Dont like caus im alredy
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    1 year ago
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    guest from California, United States
    what do mean fhdshjguki sxhzszcbgjxaksj low gpa
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Virginia, United States
    I have no knowledge
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
    Technically impossible
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    1 year ago
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    guest from California, United States
    wat?
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    Knowledge is power
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    1 year ago
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    What does this mean??????
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    This is dumb
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Washington, United States
    it's a trick question
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Washington, United States
    what does that even mean?
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Idaho, United States
    whats the diffrence
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    1 year ago
    ico
    I love how everyone is saying they are both the same thing. If you guys had either you would know there is a difference.
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    1 year ago
    ico +1
    guest from Virginia, United States
    Those who don't understand this question clearly have neither
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    1 year ago
    ico +1
    guest from Indiana, United States
    Knowledge is powa :0
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Florida, United States
    Love the dumb people who don't know the difference.
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    1 year ago
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    Kinyanjui9 Male from Georgia, United States
    This doesn't even make scense
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Baku City, Azerbaijan
    dude wait...Intellegent and knowledge is same thing....how numskull Anonymousduck are!
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Nevada, United States
    They are both the same
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    I want to be smart
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Indiana, United States
    it makes no sense
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    1 year ago
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    thecreator2 Silver Medal from Connecticut, United States
    this question is dumb. both intelligence and knowledge are same.
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    1 year ago
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    344agg21 MaleBronze Medal from Kansas, United States
    same thing, either way you’re smart.
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    1 year ago
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    guest from North Carolina, United States
    It’s the same thing
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    um wtf
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Province of Lanao del Norte, Philippines
    According to https://alistapart.com/blog/post/knowledge-vs-intelligence. The difference between knowledge and intelligence is key here. Knowledge is the collection of skills and information a person has acquired through experience. Intelligence is the ability to apply knowledge. So how can you apply intelligence when you dont have knowledge
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Osjecko-Baranjska Zupanija, Croatia
    tothing
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    1 year ago
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    guest from County Cork, Ireland
    Whaaaaaa?#i'm stupid
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    1 year ago
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    skip
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    they are kinda the same thing so it does not matter really
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Iowa, United States
    Knowlage is intelligence
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Utah, United States
    there the same thing
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Oklahoma, United States
    Knowledge is how many things you know. Like George Washington was the first president. Intelligence is the ability to problem solve. Like being able to find the volume of a sphere without even knowing anything else about math. (That would take extreme intelligence, however)
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    there the same thing idiot
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    Umm, is this English?
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    1 year ago
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    guest from California, United States
    Intelligence. Thinks well. Knowledge. Knows more. Quality and quantity respectively for idiots who don't get it or know it.
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Kingston, Jamaica
    For,all the people saying knowledge and intelligence is the same: they are NOT.
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Kingston, Jamaica
    Well... Like literally *no* knowledge at all? Sta
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    1 year ago
    ico +1
    guest from Tennessee, United States
    They are the same yOu idIOts!
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Kingston, Jamaica
    Knowledge = concepts/information that you can understand
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    1 year ago
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    guest from Washington, United States
    Knowledge is power
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    1 year ago
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    guest from California, United States
    Because then when I am intelligent i can invent something and make lots of $money$
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    guest from Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
    i dont think you can be smart without knowledge
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    guest from Kansas, United States
    this one doesn't make any sense
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    guest from North Brabant, Netherlands
    why thats so stupit
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    guest from City of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
    I THINK THAT what they mean by KNOWLEDGE IS ...........................................COMMON SENSE [WHICH SOME PEOPLE DON'T HAVE]..{trinidad style}
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    guest from Washington, United States
    What's the diffrence
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    guest from Jersey
    this is easy EVERYONE will go for the left one
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Ummmmmmmmmm aren’t they the same
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    guest from California, United States
    Am I the only one who doesn't get this?
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Their the same thing, right?
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    guest from Leicester, United Kingdom
    hhhhi ggggggogggeeeeellll
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    guest from North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
    it would fill up
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    guest from British Columbia, Canada
    Wot.... there's no difference... ?
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    guest from British Columbia, Canada
    basically they are the same
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    ico
    guest from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    you can't have one without the other
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    guest from Nevada, United States
    Wtf
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    Davidleefalcone MaleSilver Medal from Delaware, United States
    They are not the same they are similar
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    guest from Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
    this doesn't make sense
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    Um...what?
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    guest from Florida, United States
    its like picking dumb or dumb
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    guest from Florida, United States
    dont see a difference
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    guest from Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Xou can gain knowlage but not intelligence!
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    What the heck does this mean
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    alienbeastmeister Silver MedalBlue Star from Australian Capital Territory, Australia
    Intelligence is the ability to work things out using information at hand. Knowledge is stored information Very different.
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    guest from Western Australia, Australia
    Exact same thing but extra intelligence
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    guest from Florida, United States
    this is stupid
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    WITS beyond measure Is a Man's greatest treasure
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    guest from New York, United States
    knowledge is knowing information. intelligence is the ability to store and analyze information and compute ideas fast and effectively.
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    guest from Auckland, New Zealand
    Same thing u idiot
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    guest from Rogaland Fylke, Norway
    I am smart and strong but 10 years old like this comment of you have PS4
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    guest from Tennessee, United States
    same thing
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    hufflepygmepuff Silver Medal from Essex, United Kingdom
    They are the same so it doesn't matter.
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    guest from Catalonia, Spain
    to stupid question
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    guest from Minnesota, United States
    this one sucks
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    Jboy MaleGold MedalBlue Star from Utah, United States
    So, be smart, or be smart
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    ico +1
    guest from Minnesota, United States
    this is weird...
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    guest from Texas, United States
    i am smart....
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    guest from Florida, United States
    I wanna be smart
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    UnknownFate FemaleSilver Medal from California, United States
    If I have lots of knowledge, doesn't this technically mean I am intelligent too?
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    ico +1
    guest from Colorado, United States
    This makes no sense
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    guest from Gauteng, South Africa
    This Question does not make sense!! You can not have knowledge without being intelligent.
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    ico
    Find out what knowledge means before saying it doesn't make sense.
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    guest from Departamento de Francisco Morazan, Honduras
    putos porque algunos eligieron estudiar pero no ser inteligente mierda
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    guest from Florida, United States
    Pick any random one it's all the same.
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    guest from New York, United States
    without intelligence you cant have knowledge
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    It the SAME EXACT THING
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    guest from Florida, United States
    makes no sense
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    WTH? This is stupid, either way they don't make sense
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    oops... read this article I found:The difference between knowledge and intelligence is key here. Knowledge is the collection of skills and information a person has acquired through experience. Intelligence is the ability to apply knowledge. Just because someone lacks knowledge of a particular subject doesn’t mean they can’t apply their intelligence to help solve problems.
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    what is difference
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    guest from California, United States
    I already have both
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    guest from Manchester, United Kingdom
    bekfast
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    guest from Missouri, United States
    I'm too lazy
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    Nathan_N MaleGold MedalBlue Star from New Mexico, United States
    I don't see the difference.
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    guest from Buenos Aires F.D., Argentina
    i can learn
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Is just me or that boy look like
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    It's both the same
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    guest from Flanders, Belgium
    This question makes no sense...
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    They're the same thing dumbass
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    guest from Utah, United States
    There the same
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    No no no
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    guest from Tennessee, United States
    hi
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    guest from New Hampshire, United States
    what?
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    ico +127
    guest from Yukon, Canada
    Knowledge and intelligence are the same thing
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    guest from Capital Region, Denmark
    no inteligence if can leq
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    no, intelligence is that u learn stuff quickly, knowledge is well... that u know a lot of stuff
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    guest from North Brabant, Netherlands
    youre riyt
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    KNOWLEDGE is knowing how to pick your nose; intelligence is knowing when and where to do it
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    littleautumnleaf FemaleGold MedalBlue Star from Canterbury, New Zealand
    Knowledge is what you know, and learn, intelligence is a natural thing.
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    gracec3 FemaleBronze MedalGold Trophy from Maryland, United States
    Not true. Someone can have lots of knowledge but is oblivious on how to use that knowledge. That is where intelligence is needed. Someone with high intelligence but very little knowledge will know how to obtain the knowledge necessary to achieve a certain task even without having the knowledge from the start.
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    dhruvas MaleSilver Medal from Mombasa District, Kenya
    no they`re not, knowledge means knowing stuff, intelligence means you can think on your feet
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    guest from Oklahoma, United States
    Im from Yukon Oklahoma haha
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    guest from New York, United States
    i agree
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    guest from California, United States
    i disagree!
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    Quite the contrary. Intelligence would allow you to adapt to things you don't know about better.
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    I could use the intelligence to gain knowledge
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    guest from South Australia, Australia
    it dont make sense
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    guest from Texas, United States
    The same thing
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    guest from Montana, United States
    This makes no sense. Having knowledge makes you intelligent, right?
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    guest from Nebraska, United States
    idk nither
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    guest from California, United States
    Knowledge is the pure memorization of random facts. Intelligence is the ability to logically process and resolve problems at hand.
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    guest from Washington, United States
    The difference is basically good learning ability v.s. a dumb persons wisdom
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    guest from Alabama, United States
    This question makes no sense.
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    guest from Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
    Learn stuff
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    guest from California, United States
    last question.. . . X(
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    guest from California, United States
    um wuts the diff
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    FoxyGirl_423 FemaleSilver Medal from Queensland, Australia
    Knowledge is intelligence...
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    guest from Indiana, United States
    whats the difference
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    guest from Alabama, United States
    how can you be intellegent if you have no knowledge?
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    guest from Kentucky, United States
    are they the same thing
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    Jdelaney MaleBronze MedalBlue Star from North Carolina, United States
    Knowledge and intelligence is the same thing
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    guest from New York, United States
    if ur inteligent u basically have knowledge
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    KNAWLIDGE
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    Intelligence is not everything
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    guest from Wisconsin, United States
    this makes no sence
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    guest from Kentucky, United States
    I think knowledge and intelligence are pretty much the same thing, so it doesn't really mater.
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    guest from Missouri, United States
    trick question exact same thing
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    guest from Manama, Bahrain
    No difference intelligence is also knowlaedge
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    guest from England, United Kingdom
    What
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    guest from England, United Kingdom
    This question makes no sense!
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    guest from England, United Kingdom
    This question makes absolutely no sense to me
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    guest from Southampton, United Kingdom
    WHO DOESN'T WANT TO BE INTELLIGENT?!
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    guest from Florida, United States
    What is the difference
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    guest from Texas, United States
    What's the difference?
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    guest from Oklahoma, United States
    What's the difference
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    it's basically be smart, Vs Street smart
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    guest from England, United Kingdom
    Knowledge is power.
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    Knowledge is Power.
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    i could use the knowledge to be intelligence
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    guest from California, United States
    What is this question
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    guest from England, United Kingdom
    im already A sooooo B!!!!
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    guest from Minnesota, United States
    Its the same fricking thing
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    guest from Iowa, United States
    they are the same thing right?
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    guest from California, United States
    get wrekt
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    guest from Indiana, United States
    What's the point!?
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    guest from Texas, United States
    What is the difference
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    guest from North Carolina, United States
    that makes noooo sense
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    guest from New Mexico, United States
    I am smart
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    guest from North Holland, Netherlands
    Im smaaart
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    guest from Manitoba, Canada
    Do the brain one it's 68% math one is 32%
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    guest from Colorado, United States
    Im already intelligant and I have litterly no knowledge
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    guest from New Brunswick, Canada
    how dus this ? make SENSE???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
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    guest from Montana, United States
    If you have Knowledge then you are intelligent
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    guest from Sindh, Pakistan
    What is The Difference??
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    guest from North Carolina, United States
    Get intelligence by knowing logic.